Massage Therapy & Bodywork
Female-focused bodywork dedicated to women's well being
Specializing in prenatal & postpartum care
Therapeutic massage has numerous benefits for overall well-being. Research studies have shown that regular massage and bodywork can help alleviate muscular tension, poor posture, fatigue, stress, anxiety, headache symptoms, hormonal imbalance, digestive and circulatory issues. Our goal is to provide a restorative and healing space. We use supportive body cushions for pregnancy and postpartum. The use of essential oils and steamed towels (both optional) are incorporated to deepen the state of relaxation.
Online scheduling is now available.
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schedule your appointment.
Please note: some health conditions are contraindicated. Please talk to your care provider if you have a specific health condition before scheduling your appointment.
GABBI MAYO, LMT
Gabbi is a licensed massage therapist and completed continuing education courses in both myofascial cupping and myofascial release. She has a passion for health care and uses multiple therapeutic disciplines to deliver the most thoughtful and individualized care. She is excited to make a positive impact in the lives of her clients and bring relief and relaxation to the birthing community.
Carrie Randazzo, LMT, RYT, CES
Carrie is a licensed massage therapist, yoga instructor, and corrective exercise specialist for core and pelvic floor. Her work focuses on female well-being, specializing in prenatal and postpartum care. She tailors each session to one's specific needs and applies an array of techniques including effleurage, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release.
We focus on the unique and specific needs of each person during pregnancy. While this is an amazing and beautiful time in a one's life, it is common to feel periods of physical discomfort and emotional stress.We use specific body cushions that contour to the pregnant body and are used for the massage/bodywork. This allows accessibility for the prenatal client to lay in a prone position (face down with body raised so that belly can be safely positioned in open space of cushions), side-lying with support and reclined on back with head and heart elevated.For prenatal clients that are close to/at/past their due date, trigger point therapy to help stimulate labor can be applied upon request. Specific acupressure points are incorporated in the massage session for this treatment. Guided breath-work and labor positioning practice can also be incorporated into the session.Please check with your care provider before scheduling your massage if you have any pregnancy-related complications such as preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, heart/lung disease, placenta previa, history of miscarriage, or any other health issue that may concern you.
Our postpartum massage and bodywork sessions focus on the new mom’s well-being. Sessions incorporate a range of techniques to help ease the nervous system, alleviate muscle soreness, stabilize weight-bearing joints, restore postural balance and overall relaxation. This can also be a time to assist with scar tissue release from a c section and gentle abdominal massage for core function.
Our therapeutic massage and bodywork sessions are tailored to each woman’s specific needs. Sessions can incorporate an array of modalities such as effleurage, deep-tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, passive stretching, and guided meditation.